Services Held for Hyman Horowitz, 75; Was Editor of Former Cleveland Yiddish Paper

Services were held here for Hyman Horowitz, 75, editor of the now defunct Cleveland Jewish World, a Yiddish daily newspaper. He also contributed to the Cleveland Plain Dealer and to periodicals in Yiddish and Russian on Jewish topics. Mr. Horowitz, who died Feb. 21, had retired in 1966 as a Cleveland assistant police prosecutor. He was a member of the Jewish Community Federation board of trustees and the Cleveland Zionist Society.

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